Jobsite required extensive earthwork and grading in order to achieve a workable building pad. Due to the existing conditions, a 1,000’ retaining wall was required to be built along the backside of the property in order to start the MOB foundations. In addition to the retaining wall, we encountered 52 lost days of work due to bad weather and still met our original finish date for the core and shell of May 1, 2014. We were able to overlap the core and shell and upfit construction in order to turn the upfit work over to Mission Health one month after the core and shell were completed. In order to do this, it required a lot of planning and work upfront to provide temporary environmental control inside the building without having the exterior completed. The 34,000 sf facility consisted of Xray and Laboratory Services on the first floor along with physicians’ offices and exam rooms. The third floor was built out including physician’s offices and exam rooms along with other medical support service areas. The 2nd floor was left as a cold dark shell, which is currently being built out for another Mission Physician.
Mission Health Systems, Inc.